A few remarks about the Southern Baptist Convention’s June 14 resolution condemning…something they don’t understand and can’t properly name.
1. The resolution’s sponsor, Dwight McKissic, is the same black guy who proposed taking down the Confederate flag last year. The fact that the sponsor of the anti-alt right resolution was not a highly motivated cuck, but instead a perpetually peeved black SJW, is noteworthy. Interestingly, in the Baptist and secular press the fact that both of McKissic’s anti-white measures came at the
request demand of a black cleric always seems to get buried beneath a load of white pastors espousing cuckold white guilt. It’s as if the press didn’t want millions of white Southern Baptists to know they’ve lost their own denomination.
2. The language used in McKissic’s original anti-Confederate resolution was the language of black liberation theology, aka humanistic heresy. To consider condemnations of white heritage “redemptive” acts is to make God into the Supreme SJW Being, and converts pro-white policies into the original sin of Western man. Redemption pertains to God’s work in and on man, not man’s work on other men or his history books. There should be no need to distinguish between rewriting history to fit a Soviet-style politically-correct, black-feminist-homo-socialist theology and real biblical soteriology, but apparently the Southern Baptist Convention (as a body) doesn’t know the difference. Theologically, the SBC is not far removed from Jeremiah Wright.
3. What is white supremacy, anyway? In the days of segregation, it simply meant that white people ought to govern their own, predominantly-white American society. It’s intellectually equivalent to Gandhi saying that Indians should rule India and the British should get out. There’s no ethical difference between the 1940s term white supremacy and the 1940s Indian independence movement. Drawing distinctions between them is arbitrary and depends upon an illogical, unbiblical, and unethical double standard that values some peoples’ right to self-government in their own countries over that of others.
But that’s not what most people think of when they hear the term, white supremacy. What the lying press has worked for decades to brainwash us to think of when we hear those trigger words is unjustifiable and disgusting violence, ignorance, lawlessness, and evil. In other words, the term is supposed to make civilized white people abhor a term that used to simply mean “you can govern yourself in your own country.” Pretty clever trick.
Undoubtedly McKissic knew that, since the lying press has made the post-1980s meaning of white supremacy ubiquitous and memory-holed the actual, original meaning. In his original resolution, he used the term white supremacy in lieu of “pro-white,” or “white nationalism,” and linked it with the term “alt right,” as if alt right meant white supremacy and vice versa. On the contrary, the two terms as popularly understood are contradictory. Unless you’re Hillary Clinton, most people get that the alt right does not generally consist of people or a philosophy that denies others their rights. The alt right is fundamentally a rejection of an explicitly anti-white campaign of cultural and biological genocide. Ergo, the alt right is a rejection of unjustifiable and disgusting violence, ignorance, lawlessness, and evil — not an endorsement of them.